Updated Swedish ecotax covers all halogenated and phosphorus FRs with a 50% reduction for non-halogenated. The tax covers electrical and electronic goods sold in Sweden (but online sales escape the tax). From 1st July 2023, the tax is modified. Simplified, a 95% tax reduction will be applied if the product does not contain chlorine, bromine or phosphorus, and a 50% reduction if it does not contain bromine or chlorine (but does contain phosphorus), whether these elements are in flame retardants or in other chemicals or polymers. The currently applicable differential treatment for reactive FRs and the annex list of FRs will be deleted from July 2023, because considered unworkable. The tax will also be slightly increased to 12 SEK/kg (white goods) or 181 SEK/kg (other electronics), capped at 497 SEK/item (c. 43€). The tax has been much criticised (see pinfa Newsletter n°131) as failing to promote preferable PIN FRs.
Sweden State summary in English here (not up to Updated Swedish ecotax covers all halogenated and phosphorus FRs with a 50% reduction for non-halogenated date). KPMG summary of changes from July 2023 here